As they come to our attention. we will list here links to various sources of data and statistics relevant to child and family health in West Virginia.
Various informative statistics and survey results are available from the W. Va. Department of Education Office of Healthy Schools
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention provides a large amount of data and statistics on a comprehensively wide array of health topics with much state-specific data. Start at the CDC’s Data and Statistics page See particularly Data and Statistics on Healthy Youth from the CDC.
The Annie E. Casey Kids Count Data Center includes community-level data in addition to city, state, and national data. Find more than 100 indicators of child well-being, including economic status, health, safety, and risk factors. Create your own maps, graphs, and charts for use in presentations or on your own website. The West Virginia Kids Count organization has a special focus on W. Va.